It marks more good news for the French company, which last week won FDA clearance for Maestro. The clearance offers support to surgeons in soft tissue surgical procedures.
Moon Surgical designed Maestro for soft tissue procedures not currently supported by telerobotic systems. The small, adaptable system can integrate into existing clinical workflows and provide the surgeon with more control.
The Maestro system also increases operating room efficiency by enhancing surgical instruments and techniques. It also minimizes the impact on operating room turnover time, according to a news release.
Dr. Guy-Bernard Cadière performed all 30 procedures. They took place at CHU Saint-Pierre, a public university hospital in Brussels, Belgium.
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